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I'm looking for a good, cost-effective scheduler and stress tester to (the stress tester would basically emulate users logging on to my T5 and hitting the databases).  Could someone point me in the right direction.

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Try this german company: Zott & Co., Mr. Ultsch, 0049-8841-61140
They have a very good experience in stress-testing and user-input-emulating - but they are proffesionals and you'll have to pay them. Refer on me: Dirk Beckers
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